Man admits assault during street fight
A judge has been shown CCTV images of a fight which left a man lying injured on the ground.

Specialist muffling device is last attempt to save historic chimes
A clockmaker's specialist device could save a church's historic clock chimes from being switched off at night.

Suspected child groomer arrested after sting
A man has been arrested on suspicion of child sex offences after a paedophile hunter sting.

Teacher accused of historic sex offences found hanged: Inquest
An inquest has opened into the death of a former teacher who was facing trial for historic sexual offences.

New M&S Foodhall opening date revealed
M&S has announced the closure date of one of its high street shops with a new food-only store opening in nearby the next day.

Sunday parking charges victory
A council has agreed to scrap proposals for Sunday car parking charges at all sites excluding one.

Personalised plates on getaway car scuppers burglar
A hapless burglar made it easy for investigators after driving to his target in a car with personalised number plates.

Kent roads still clogged with diesel vehicles
More than 300,000 diesel vehicles were registered in the county last year, despite proposals to ban sales from 2040.

Tory MP 'quizzed by police'
Tory MP Charlie Elphicke has been questioned by police over harassment allegations.

Go plastic free, campaign group urges consumers
A series of events are planned to encourage and inform people about the benefits of ditching single use plastic containers

Parting gifts from a hero
A retiring firefighter who rushed to aid of bomb victims has presented thousands of pounds in charity cheques.

Police investigate after woman falls to her death
Emergency services were at the scene following reports a woman has died after falling from a block of flats.

UK's first dementia village coming to Kent next year
An MP and health officials have visited the future site of a specialist dementia centre.

Setback for restaurant reopening
Rain damage has now held up a fire-stricken business from welcoming back customers.

Animal abusers sent on rehab courses
Cruel and negligent animal owners have been sent on a pilot rehabilitation scheme being trialled in Kent. WARNING: Disturbing images.

Ex-teacher dies days before sex abuse trial
A former teacher has been found dead in his home just days before he was due to stand trial for historic sex offences.

Stay of execution for Sunday charges?
A council's cabinet is being asked to at least suspend seven-day fees for car parks.

Deal Music and Arts Festival programme launched
A staggering 41 events in 16 days, including big names in entertainment, will make up the 2018 programme of a music, arts and education festival

Gates could take shelter away from homeless
Concerns have been raised about the potential impact on vulnerable people of installing railings around a town hall.

Crews tackle building fire
Firefighters were called to tackle a blaze at a commercial building.

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